Re: Location of toolbar settings

2010-07-24 Thread E. Kaplan
Inspired by your post, I tried to use getdeb to upgrade Lyx from 1.6.5 (the current Ubuntu 10.04 version) to 1.6.7, but although I had installed getdeb, when I click on INSTALL THIS (Lyx) NOW, the browser opens a new tab but nothing happens. I am running ubuntu 10.04 64 bit. Am I doing

Re: Location of toolbar settings

2010-07-24 Thread E. Kaplan
Inspired by your post, I tried to use getdeb to upgrade Lyx from 1.6.5 (the current Ubuntu 10.04 version) to 1.6.7, but although I had installed getdeb, when I click on INSTALL THIS (Lyx) NOW, the browser opens a new tab but nothing happens. I am running ubuntu 10.04 64 bit. Am I doing

Re: Location of toolbar settings

2010-07-24 Thread E. Kaplan
Inspired by your post, I tried to use getdeb to upgrade Lyx from 1.6.5 (the current Ubuntu 10.04 version) to 1.6.7, but although I had installed getdeb, when I click on INSTALL THIS (Lyx) NOW, the browser opens a new tab but nothing happens. I am running ubuntu 10.04 64 bit. Am I doing

Re: Lyx 2 WORD

2010-06-13 Thread E. Kaplan
to Prevent Blindness/ Professor *The laboratory of Visual Computational Neuroscience* Depts. of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Chemical Structural Biology The Mount Sinai School of Medicine One Gustave Levy Place New York, NY, 10029 On 6/12/2010 5:09 PM, Guenter Milde wrote: On 2010-06-12, E. Kaplan

Re: Lyx 2 WORD

2010-06-13 Thread E. Kaplan
to Prevent Blindness/ Professor *The laboratory of Visual Computational Neuroscience* Depts. of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Chemical Structural Biology The Mount Sinai School of Medicine One Gustave Levy Place New York, NY, 10029 On 6/12/2010 5:09 PM, Guenter Milde wrote: On 2010-06-12, E. Kaplan

Re: Lyx 2 WORD

2010-06-13 Thread E. Kaplan
i School of Medicine One Gustave Levy Place New York, NY, 10029 On 6/12/2010 5:09 PM, Guenter Milde wrote: On 2010-06-12, E. Kaplan wrote: I know this is an often-discussed issue, but like the weather, it seems to be always relevant. In converting from Lyx to MS WORD I found the path

Lyx 2 WORD

2010-06-12 Thread E. Kaplan
I know this is an often-discussed issue, but like the weather, it seems to be always relevant. In converting from Lyx to MS WORD I found the path through html to work quite well, even for documents with figures, except for the paragraph environment, which somehow is treated as regular text:

Lyx 2 WORD

2010-06-12 Thread E. Kaplan
I know this is an often-discussed issue, but like the weather, it seems to be always relevant. In converting from Lyx to MS WORD I found the path through html to work quite well, even for documents with figures, except for the paragraph environment, which somehow is treated as regular text:

Lyx 2 WORD

2010-06-12 Thread E. Kaplan
I know this is an often-discussed issue, but like the weather, it seems to be always relevant. In converting from Lyx to MS WORD I found the path through html to work quite well, even for documents with figures, except for the paragraph environment, which somehow is treated as regular text:

Re: Beamer multitude problems with lyx

2010-06-09 Thread E. Kaplan
, Daniel Lohmann wrote: On 08.06.2010, at 11:00, E. Kaplan wrote: Thanks, Daniel, for sharing this solution. Which style file are we talking about? The beamer theme I have developed for my department. Its a complete own theme that is included with \usetheme{i4} in your

Re: Beamer multitude problems with lyx

2010-06-09 Thread E. Kaplan
, Daniel Lohmann wrote: On 08.06.2010, at 11:00, E. Kaplan wrote: Thanks, Daniel, for sharing this solution. Which style file are we talking about? The beamer theme I have developed for my department. Its a complete own theme that is included with \usetheme{i4} in your

Re: Beamer multitude problems with lyx

2010-06-09 Thread E. Kaplan
5:17 AM, Daniel Lohmann wrote: On 08.06.2010, at 11:00, E. Kaplan wrote: Thanks, Daniel, for sharing this solution. Which style file are we talking about? The beamer theme I have developed for my department. Its a complete own theme that is included with \usetheme{i4}

Re: Beamer multitude problems with lyx

2010-06-08 Thread E. Kaplan
Thanks, Daniel, for sharing this solution. What do you mean by: In the style file this looks as follows:In the style file this looks as follows: Which style file are we talking about? Since examples are the best teachers, could you please upload (or point to) a Lyx file to produce (part of?)

Re: Beamer multitude problems with lyx

2010-06-08 Thread E. Kaplan
Thanks, Daniel, for sharing this solution. What do you mean by: In the style file this looks as follows:In the style file this looks as follows: Which style file are we talking about? Since examples are the best teachers, could you please upload (or point to) a Lyx file to produce (part of?)

Re: Beamer multitude problems with lyx

2010-06-08 Thread E. Kaplan
Thanks, Daniel, for sharing this solution. What do you mean by: " In the style file this looks as follows:"In the style file this looks as follows:" Which style file are we talking about? Since examples are the best teachers, could you please upload (or point to) a Lyx file to produce (part

Re: Python Project: PDF Optimization

2010-06-05 Thread E. Kaplan
Perhaps it makes more sense to use something like TCL to pipe the pdf document through a program that already knows how to do all the things Bob wants done, such as /Irfanview /in the Windows world (my favorite image viewer). I am not sure what is the nearest homologue to /Irfanview /in the

Re: Python Project: PDF Optimization

2010-06-05 Thread E. Kaplan
Perhaps it makes more sense to use something like TCL to pipe the pdf document through a program that already knows how to do all the things Bob wants done, such as /Irfanview /in the Windows world (my favorite image viewer). I am not sure what is the nearest homologue to /Irfanview /in the

Re: Python Project: PDF Optimization

2010-06-05 Thread E. Kaplan
Perhaps it makes more sense to use something like TCL to pipe the pdf document through a program that already knows how to do all the things Bob wants done, such as /Irfanview /in the Windows world (my favorite image viewer). I am not sure what is the nearest homologue to /Irfanview /in the

Re: Beamer multitude problems with lyx

2010-06-03 Thread E. Kaplan
I think that most of the slide transitions are not helpful, and serve no purpose, so I don't care about having them or not. Converting PP presentations to pdf is easy, and the output looks fine, just as the pdf output of Lyx/Beamer presentations. It is disappointing and frustrating that

Re: Beamer multitude problems with lyx

2010-06-03 Thread E. Kaplan
I think that most of the slide transitions are not helpful, and serve no purpose, so I don't care about having them or not. Converting PP presentations to pdf is easy, and the output looks fine, just as the pdf output of Lyx/Beamer presentations. It is disappointing and frustrating that

Re: Beamer multitude problems with lyx

2010-06-03 Thread E. Kaplan
I think that most of the slide transitions are not helpful, and serve no purpose, so I don't care about having them or not. Converting PP presentations to pdf is easy, and the output looks fine, just as the pdf output of Lyx/Beamer presentations. It is disappointing and frustrating that

Change tracking and the fate of deleted text

2010-05-31 Thread E. Kaplan
I realize that this is a BIG request, but it might reflect the wishes of others. In MS WORD, when text is deleted (with /change tracking/ turned on), the deleted text is shown in the margin, and the newly-flowed or inserted text is shown in the body of the document. This makes it easier to

Re: Change tracking and the fate of deleted text

2010-05-31 Thread E. Kaplan
What is the use of having it in an (unfolded) comment ? Then it still obfuscates the text. IMHO the ideal solution is the one WORD uses-- show the text as it would be after the changes, but do not discard the deleted text-- they keep it in the margins, which might be difficult to implement, so

Re: Change tracking and the fate of deleted text

2010-05-31 Thread E. Kaplan
, Chemical Structural Biology The Mount Sinai School of Medicine One Gustave Levy Place New York, NY, 10029 On 5/31/2010 10:19 AM, Julien Rioux wrote: On 31/05/2010 8:40 AM, E. Kaplan wrote: I realize that this is a BIG request, but it might reflect the wishes of others. In MS WORD, when text

Change tracking and the fate of deleted text

2010-05-31 Thread E. Kaplan
I realize that this is a BIG request, but it might reflect the wishes of others. In MS WORD, when text is deleted (with /change tracking/ turned on), the deleted text is shown in the margin, and the newly-flowed or inserted text is shown in the body of the document. This makes it easier to

Re: Change tracking and the fate of deleted text

2010-05-31 Thread E. Kaplan
What is the use of having it in an (unfolded) comment ? Then it still obfuscates the text. IMHO the ideal solution is the one WORD uses-- show the text as it would be after the changes, but do not discard the deleted text-- they keep it in the margins, which might be difficult to implement, so

Re: Change tracking and the fate of deleted text

2010-05-31 Thread E. Kaplan
, Chemical Structural Biology The Mount Sinai School of Medicine One Gustave Levy Place New York, NY, 10029 On 5/31/2010 10:19 AM, Julien Rioux wrote: On 31/05/2010 8:40 AM, E. Kaplan wrote: I realize that this is a BIG request, but it might reflect the wishes of others. In MS WORD, when text

Change tracking and the fate of deleted text

2010-05-31 Thread E. Kaplan
I realize that this is a BIG request, but it might reflect the wishes of others. In MS WORD, when text is deleted (with /change tracking/ turned on), the deleted text is shown in the margin, and the newly-flowed or inserted text is shown in the body of the document. This makes it easier to

Re: Change tracking and the fate of deleted text

2010-05-31 Thread E. Kaplan
"What is the use of having it in an (unfolded) comment ? Then it still obfuscates the text." IMHO the ideal solution is the one WORD uses-- show the text as it would be after the changes, but do not discard the deleted text-- they keep it in the margins, which might be difficult to implement,

Re: Change tracking and the fate of deleted text

2010-05-31 Thread E. Kaplan
logy, Chemical& Structural Biology The Mount Sinai School of Medicine One Gustave Levy Place New York, NY, 10029 On 5/31/2010 10:19 AM, Julien Rioux wrote: On 31/05/2010 8:40 AM, E. Kaplan wrote: I realize that this is a BIG request, but it might reflect the wishes of others. In MS WORD, w

Logo with Lyx-Beamer

2010-05-18 Thread E. Kaplan
I am trying to embed a logo on each slide of a presentation I created with Lyx and Beamer. When I use the following lines from the example (using ERT): \pgfdeclareimage[height=0.5cm]{institution-logo}{institution-logo-filename.jpg} \logo{\pgfuseimage{institution-logo}} I get pgf errors, and the

Logo with Lyx-Beamer

2010-05-18 Thread E. Kaplan
I am trying to embed a logo on each slide of a presentation I created with Lyx and Beamer. When I use the following lines from the example (using ERT): \pgfdeclareimage[height=0.5cm]{institution-logo}{institution-logo-filename.jpg} \logo{\pgfuseimage{institution-logo}} I get pgf errors, and the

Logo with Lyx-Beamer

2010-05-18 Thread E. Kaplan
I am trying to embed a logo on each slide of a presentation I created with Lyx and Beamer. When I use the following lines from the example (using ERT): \pgfdeclareimage[height=0.5cm]{institution-logo}{institution-logo-filename.jpg} \logo{\pgfuseimage{institution-logo}} I get pgf errors, and the

Logo with Lyx-Beamer

2010-05-17 Thread E. Kaplan
I am trying to embed a logo on each slide of a presentation I created with Lyx and Beamer. When I use the following lines from the example (using ERT): \pgfdeclareimage[height=0.5cm]{institution-logo}{institution-logo-filename.jpg} \logo{\pgfuseimage{institution-logo}} I get pgf errors, and the

Logo with Lyx-Beamer

2010-05-17 Thread E. Kaplan
I am trying to embed a logo on each slide of a presentation I created with Lyx and Beamer. When I use the following lines from the example (using ERT): \pgfdeclareimage[height=0.5cm]{institution-logo}{institution-logo-filename.jpg} \logo{\pgfuseimage{institution-logo}} I get pgf errors, and the

Logo with Lyx-Beamer

2010-05-17 Thread E. Kaplan
I am trying to embed a logo on each slide of a presentation I created with Lyx and Beamer. When I use the following lines from the example (using ERT): \pgfdeclareimage[height=0.5cm]{institution-logo}{institution-logo-filename.jpg} \logo{\pgfuseimage{institution-logo}} I get pgf errors, and the

Fwd: SENSELESS (caption outside float)

2010-04-20 Thread E. Kaplan
Original Message Subject:SENSELESS (caption outside float) Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 10:12:11 +0200 From: Patricio Berbel Cifuentes patricio.berbelcifuen...@eu.optimi.com To: ehud.kap...@mssm.edu I am using long tables and when I add a caption in a long table

Fwd: SENSELESS (caption outside float)

2010-04-20 Thread E. Kaplan
Original Message Subject:SENSELESS (caption outside float) Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 10:12:11 +0200 From: Patricio Berbel Cifuentes patricio.berbelcifuen...@eu.optimi.com To: ehud.kap...@mssm.edu I am using long tables and when I add a caption in a long table

Fwd: >SENSELESS (caption outside float)

2010-04-20 Thread E. Kaplan
Original Message Subject:>SENSELESS (caption outside float) Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 10:12:11 +0200 From: Patricio Berbel Cifuentes To: ehud.kap...@mssm.edu I am using long tables and when I add a caption in a long

Re: Using pdfsync with LyX

2010-04-02 Thread E. Kaplan
Are you using SumatraPDF on Linux? I thought it ran only on Windows. EK On 4/2/2010 5:54 AM, Julio Rojas wrote: There is a way using Sumatra as shown here: http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LyXOnCygwin#toc6 What is your OS? - Julio Rojas

Re: Using pdfsync with LyX

2010-04-02 Thread E. Kaplan
Are you using SumatraPDF on Linux? I thought it ran only on Windows. EK On 4/2/2010 5:54 AM, Julio Rojas wrote: There is a way using Sumatra as shown here: http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LyXOnCygwin#toc6 What is your OS? - Julio Rojas

Re: Using pdfsync with LyX

2010-04-02 Thread E. Kaplan
Are you using SumatraPDF on Linux? I thought it ran only on Windows. EK On 4/2/2010 5:54 AM, Julio Rojas wrote: There is a way using Sumatra as shown here: http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LyXOnCygwin#toc6 What is your OS? - Julio Rojas

Re: Importing doc documents

2010-03-28 Thread E. Kaplan
From where can I download Word2Lyx? Ehud Kaplan, Ph.D. Jules and Doris Stein/Research to Prevent Blindness/ Professor *The laboratory of Visual Computational Neuroscience* Depts. of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Chemical

Re: Importing doc documents

2010-03-28 Thread E. Kaplan
From where can I download Word2Lyx? Ehud Kaplan, Ph.D. Jules and Doris Stein/Research to Prevent Blindness/ Professor *The laboratory of Visual Computational Neuroscience* Depts. of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Chemical

Re: Importing doc documents

2010-03-28 Thread E. Kaplan
From where can I download Word2Lyx? Ehud Kaplan, Ph.D. Jules and Doris Stein/Research to Prevent Blindness/ Professor *The laboratory of Visual& Computational Neuroscience* Depts. of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology,

Re: references to labels on starred sections

2010-03-24 Thread E. Kaplan
I thought my post stated exactly what the problem was: I attach a label (say:foo) to something (say, a starred section*). That label should now be available for cross-reference, so I could say elsewhere: In section foo we discuss the matter further. Somehow this does not work, although the

Re: references to labels on starred sections

2010-03-24 Thread E. Kaplan
I thought my post stated exactly what the problem was: I attach a label (say:foo) to something (say, a starred section*). That label should now be available for cross-reference, so I could say elsewhere: In section foo we discuss the matter further. Somehow this does not work, although the

Re: references to labels on starred sections

2010-03-24 Thread E. Kaplan
I thought my post stated exactly what the problem was: I attach a label (say:foo) to something (say, a starred section*). That label should now be available for cross-reference, so I could say elsewhere: In section foo we discuss the matter further. Somehow this does not work, although the

Lyx 2 and chnage tracking issue

2010-02-27 Thread E. Kaplan
With all the recent buzz about Lyx 2.0 I am curious to try it. I don't like running two versions in parallel, and 1.6.5 works, but if Lyx 2 had solved the very annoying problem with Change Tracking making it so messy to move figures around a manuscript, I would be eager to install Lyx 2.

Lyx 2 and chnage tracking issue

2010-02-27 Thread E. Kaplan
With all the recent buzz about Lyx 2.0 I am curious to try it. I don't like running two versions in parallel, and 1.6.5 works, but if Lyx 2 had solved the very annoying problem with Change Tracking making it so messy to move figures around a manuscript, I would be eager to install Lyx 2.

> Lyx 2 and chnage tracking issue

2010-02-27 Thread E. Kaplan
With all the recent buzz about Lyx 2.0 I am curious to try it. I don't like running two versions in parallel, and 1.6.5 works, but if Lyx 2 had solved the very annoying problem with Change Tracking making it so messy to move figures around a manuscript, I would be eager to install Lyx 2.

Re: Export latex - any way to inline bibtex formatted refs?

2010-02-20 Thread E. Kaplan
This issue comes up so often that it is surprising indeed that there is no built-in Lyx method of doing that. What I do in such cases (every time I send out a manuscript to a journal, for example), is to: 1. Export from Lyx to plain Latex 2. Run Latex on the file, to generate correct

Re: Export latex - any way to inline bibtex formatted refs?

2010-02-20 Thread E. Kaplan
This issue comes up so often that it is surprising indeed that there is no built-in Lyx method of doing that. What I do in such cases (every time I send out a manuscript to a journal, for example), is to: 1. Export from Lyx to plain Latex 2. Run Latex on the file, to generate correct

Re: Export latex - any way to inline bibtex formatted refs?

2010-02-20 Thread E. Kaplan
This issue comes up so often that it is surprising indeed that there is no built-in Lyx method of doing that. What I do in such cases (every time I send out a manuscript to a journal, for example), is to: 1. Export from Lyx to plain Latex 2. Run Latex on the file, to generate correct

Change tracking

2010-01-23 Thread E. Kaplan
It seems that inserting notes into a Lyx file while tracking changes modifies the color of some parts of the text in the pdf output to blue, misleading the reader to believe that the blue text is new insertions, while it is not. This is true of both 1.6.4 (on Kubuntu 9.10, 64 bit) and 1.6.5

Change tracking

2010-01-23 Thread E. Kaplan
It seems that inserting notes into a Lyx file while tracking changes modifies the color of some parts of the text in the pdf output to blue, misleading the reader to believe that the blue text is new insertions, while it is not. This is true of both 1.6.4 (on Kubuntu 9.10, 64 bit) and 1.6.5

Change tracking

2010-01-23 Thread E. Kaplan
It seems that inserting notes into a Lyx file while tracking changes modifies the color of some parts of the text in the pdf output to blue, misleading the reader to believe that the blue text is new insertions, while it is not. This is true of both 1.6.4 (on Kubuntu 9.10, 64 bit) and 1.6.5

Re: Lyx 1.6.5

2010-01-18 Thread E. Kaplan
Thanks. I was following the advice I got here, and it is good to know about the incompatibility between *ubuntu and Debian. EK Sven Hoexter wrote: On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 09:22:42PM -0500, rgheck wrote: Hi, You should report this kind of issue to the debian lists. Though I think the

Re: Lyx 1.6.5

2010-01-18 Thread E. Kaplan
Thanks. I was following the advice I got here, and it is good to know about the incompatibility between *ubuntu and Debian. EK Sven Hoexter wrote: On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 09:22:42PM -0500, rgheck wrote: Hi, You should report this kind of issue to the debian lists. Though I think the

Re: > Lyx 1.6.5

2010-01-18 Thread E. Kaplan
Thanks. I was following the advice I got here, and it is good to know about the incompatibility between *ubuntu and Debian. EK Sven Hoexter wrote: On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 09:22:42PM -0500, rgheck wrote: Hi, You should report this kind of issue to the debian lists. Though I think the

Lyx 1.6.5

2010-01-17 Thread E. Kaplan
What am I doing wrong? I tried to install Lyx 1.6.5.1 for Kubuntu 64 bits using the deb package from Debian. I uninstalled 1.6.4, and installed the two deb packages: lyx 1.6.5.1 and lyx-common 1.6.5.1. I kept getting an error message: Dependency is not satisfiable: libqtcore4 I reinstalled

Lyx 1.6.5

2010-01-17 Thread E. Kaplan
What am I doing wrong? I tried to install Lyx 1.6.5.1 for Kubuntu 64 bits using the deb package from Debian. I uninstalled 1.6.4, and installed the two deb packages: lyx 1.6.5.1 and lyx-common 1.6.5.1. I kept getting an error message: Dependency is not satisfiable: libqtcore4 I reinstalled

> Lyx 1.6.5

2010-01-17 Thread E. Kaplan
What am I doing wrong? I tried to install Lyx 1.6.5.1 for Kubuntu 64 bits using the deb package from Debian. I uninstalled 1.6.4, and installed the two deb packages: lyx 1.6.5.1 and lyx-common 1.6.5.1. I kept getting an error message: Dependency is not satisfiable: libqtcore4 I reinstalled

on equation numbering in an Appendix

2010-01-15 Thread E. Kaplan
I solved my problem by inserting ERT just before the appendix starts: \renewcommand{\theequation}{A.\arabic{equation}} \setcounter{equation}{0} However, I would still like to do this with the features of Lyx, if possible. Thanks, EK

on equation numbering in an Appendix

2010-01-15 Thread E. Kaplan
I solved my problem by inserting ERT just before the appendix starts: \renewcommand{\theequation}{A.\arabic{equation}} \setcounter{equation}{0} However, I would still like to do this with the features of Lyx, if possible. Thanks, EK

> on equation numbering in an Appendix

2010-01-15 Thread E. Kaplan
I solved my problem by inserting ERT just before the appendix starts: \renewcommand{\theequation}{A.\arabic{equation}} \setcounter{equation}{0} However, I would still like to do this with the features of Lyx, if possible. Thanks, EK

equation numbering in an appendix

2010-01-14 Thread E. Kaplan
I am using an article document class, and have equations in the body of the article and in the appendix. I would like the equations to be numbered sequentially, and the numbering restarted in the appendix and appear as: A1, A2, etc. How do I do that? I tried the various suggestions on the

equation numbering in an appendix

2010-01-14 Thread E. Kaplan
I am using an article document class, and have equations in the body of the article and in the appendix. I would like the equations to be numbered sequentially, and the numbering restarted in the appendix and appear as: A1, A2, etc. How do I do that? I tried the various suggestions on the

equation numbering in an appendix

2010-01-14 Thread E. Kaplan
I am using an article document class, and have equations in the body of the article and in the appendix. I would like the equations to be numbered sequentially, and the numbering restarted in the appendix and appear as: A1, A2, etc. How do I do that? I tried the various suggestions on the

Re: launching LyX 1.6.5

2009-12-12 Thread E. Kaplan
Dear Uwe, Thanks for your help. 1. I got the error when I was in the C:\program files\Lyx 1.6.5\bin directory. 2. Lyx.exe resides in that same directory 3. As far as I know, no other Lyx is installed on either one of the two XP systems where the alitnstaller fails (I removed Lyx

Re: launching LyX 1.6.5

2009-12-12 Thread E. Kaplan
Good news-- I saw Uwe's note that the standard installer for 1.6.5 for Windows is now finally available. So I uninstalled Lyx once again, and using the standard installer was able to install and run Lyx on both Windows XP machines, on which the altinstaller was giving me such a hard time. I

Re: launching LyX 1.6.5

2009-12-12 Thread E. Kaplan
Dear Uwe, Thanks for your help. 1. I got the error when I was in the C:\program files\Lyx 1.6.5\bin directory. 2. Lyx.exe resides in that same directory 3. As far as I know, no other Lyx is installed on either one of the two XP systems where the alitnstaller fails (I removed Lyx

Re: launching LyX 1.6.5

2009-12-12 Thread E. Kaplan
Good news-- I saw Uwe's note that the standard installer for 1.6.5 for Windows is now finally available. So I uninstalled Lyx once again, and using the standard installer was able to install and run Lyx on both Windows XP machines, on which the altinstaller was giving me such a hard time. I

Re: launching LyX 1.6.5

2009-12-12 Thread E. Kaplan
Dear Uwe, Thanks for your help. 1. I got the error when I was in the C:\program files\Lyx 1.6.5\bin directory. 2. Lyx.exe resides in that same directory 3. As far as I know, no other Lyx is installed on either one of the two XP systems where the alitnstaller fails (I removed Lyx

Re: launching LyX 1.6.5

2009-12-12 Thread E. Kaplan
Good news-- I saw Uwe's note that the standard installer for 1.6.5 for Windows is now finally available. So I uninstalled Lyx once again, and using the standard installer was able to install and run Lyx on both Windows XP machines, on which the altinstaller was giving me such a hard time. I

launching Lyx 1.6.5

2009-12-09 Thread E. Kaplan
I installed Lyx 1.6.5 on a Windows XP laptop, using the altinstaller (the only one I could find for Windows that had 1.6.5). Before I installed it, I uninstalled the previous version, 1.6.4. When I try to launch Lyx, a DOS window flashes once or twice, and disappears. Lyx never appears.

launching Lyx 1.6.5

2009-12-09 Thread E. Kaplan
I installed Lyx 1.6.5 on a Windows XP laptop, using the altinstaller (the only one I could find for Windows that had 1.6.5). Before I installed it, I uninstalled the previous version, 1.6.4. When I try to launch Lyx, a DOS window flashes once or twice, and disappears. Lyx never appears.

launching Lyx 1.6.5

2009-12-09 Thread E. Kaplan
I installed Lyx 1.6.5 on a Windows XP laptop, using the altinstaller (the only one I could find for Windows that had 1.6.5). Before I installed it, I uninstalled the previous version, 1.6.4. When I try to launch Lyx, a DOS window flashes once or twice, and disappears. Lyx never appears.

Beamer portrait mode

2009-09-28 Thread E. Kaplan
Still no clue as to how to force Beamer to make slides in PORTRAIT mode, and whether it is possible to do it for individual slides in an otherwise landscape presentation... EK

Beamer portrait mode

2009-09-28 Thread E. Kaplan
Still no clue as to how to force Beamer to make slides in PORTRAIT mode, and whether it is possible to do it for individual slides in an otherwise landscape presentation... EK

Beamer portrait mode

2009-09-28 Thread E. Kaplan
Still no clue as to how to force Beamer to make slides in PORTRAIT mode, and whether it is possible to do it for individual slides in an otherwise landscape presentation... EK

portrait mode

2009-09-27 Thread E. Kaplan
How do you switch to portrait (rather than landscape) in Beamer? Can you do it for an individual slide? The documentation is a bit obscure on that. EK

portrait mode

2009-09-27 Thread E. Kaplan
How do you switch to portrait (rather than landscape) in Beamer? Can you do it for an individual slide? The documentation is a bit obscure on that. EK

portrait mode

2009-09-27 Thread E. Kaplan
How do you switch to portrait (rather than landscape) in Beamer? Can you do it for an individual slide? The documentation is a bit obscure on that. EK

[Fwd: Re: How many use Linux:]

2009-09-11 Thread E. Kaplan
Original Message Subject:Re: How many use Linux: Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 15:07:30 -0600 From: Richard Talley rich.tal...@gmail.com To: Ehud Kaplan ehud.kap...@mssm.edu References: fd59e9e7090917h291f54b4r3b40dfeeba508...@mail.gmail.com

[Fwd: Re: How many use Linux:]

2009-09-11 Thread E. Kaplan
Original Message Subject:Re: How many use Linux: Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 15:07:30 -0600 From: Richard Talley rich.tal...@gmail.com To: Ehud Kaplan ehud.kap...@mssm.edu References: fd59e9e7090917h291f54b4r3b40dfeeba508...@mail.gmail.com

[Fwd: Re: How many use Linux:]

2009-09-11 Thread E. Kaplan
Original Message Subject:Re: How many use Linux: Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 15:07:30 -0600 From: Richard Talley To: Ehud Kaplan References:

1.6.4 for Ubuntu 64?

2009-08-27 Thread E. Kaplan
Is there any way of getting Lyx 1.6.4 for Kubuntu 64 bits? The version in that is in the repositories is 1.6.2, I think. Compiling from sources does not appeal to me. Thanks, EK

1.6.4 for Ubuntu 64?

2009-08-27 Thread E. Kaplan
Is there any way of getting Lyx 1.6.4 for Kubuntu 64 bits? The version in that is in the repositories is 1.6.2, I think. Compiling from sources does not appeal to me. Thanks, EK

1.6.4 for Ubuntu 64?

2009-08-27 Thread E. Kaplan
Is there any way of getting Lyx 1.6.4 for Kubuntu 64 bits? The version in that is in the repositories is 1.6.2, I think. Compiling from sources does not appeal to me. Thanks, EK

Re: [ANNOUNCE] LyX 1.6.4 is released

2009-08-26 Thread E. Kaplan
I would also love to use this version, but I must admit that I am totally confused by what I found-- the links that are mentioned in Jurgen's announcement seem to contain sources that need to be compiled-- I could not find anything like setup.exe, etc. Can someone post a clear set of

Re: [ANNOUNCE] LyX 1.6.4 is released

2009-08-26 Thread E. Kaplan
I would also love to use this version, but I must admit that I am totally confused by what I found-- the links that are mentioned in Jurgen's announcement seem to contain sources that need to be compiled-- I could not find anything like setup.exe, etc. Can someone post a clear set of

Re: [ANNOUNCE] LyX 1.6.4 is released

2009-08-26 Thread E. Kaplan
I would also love to use this version, but I must admit that I am totally confused by what I found-- the links that are mentioned in Jurgen's announcement seem to contain sources that need to be compiled-- I could not find anything like setup.exe, etc. Can someone post a clear set of

bibLatex with Lyx

2009-08-10 Thread E. Kaplan
I followed the Wiki instructions to install biblatex with Lyx 1.6.3 and reconfigured, but when I try to compile a document I get: LaTeX Error: File `biblatex.sty' not found. I had copied the biblatex.sty file into a Miktex/tex/latex/biblatex folder and rehashed the latex package database, but

bibLatex with Lyx

2009-08-10 Thread E. Kaplan
I followed the Wiki instructions to install biblatex with Lyx 1.6.3 and reconfigured, but when I try to compile a document I get: LaTeX Error: File `biblatex.sty' not found. I had copied the biblatex.sty file into a Miktex/tex/latex/biblatex folder and rehashed the latex package database, but

bibLatex with Lyx

2009-08-10 Thread E. Kaplan
I followed the Wiki instructions to install biblatex with Lyx 1.6.3 and reconfigured, but when I try to compile a document I get: LaTeX Error: File `biblatex.sty' not found. I had copied the biblatex.sty file into a Miktex/tex/latex/biblatex folder and rehashed the latex package database, but

multiple calls for the same package

2009-08-04 Thread E. Kaplan
When I export a Lyx file to plain latex, I often find several calls for the same package (Babel, for instance). Why is that? Is it OK to remove the multiple calls and leave only one? Thanks EK

multiple calls for the same package

2009-08-04 Thread E. Kaplan
When I export a Lyx file to plain latex, I often find several calls for the same package (Babel, for instance). Why is that? Is it OK to remove the multiple calls and leave only one? Thanks EK

multiple calls for the same package

2009-08-04 Thread E. Kaplan
When I export a Lyx file to plain latex, I often find several calls for the same package (Babel, for instance). Why is that? Is it OK to remove the multiple calls and leave only one? Thanks EK

Re: Multiple author affiliations

2009-07-17 Thread E. Kaplan
Thanks. However, in many journals the authors are listed, sensibly, under the title, and not in footnotes. Ehud Kaplan I Wayan Warmada wrote: --- On Fri, 7/17/09, Rich Shepard rshep...@appl-ecosys.com wrote: E

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